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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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29/08/2014 - Walk a mile to beat cancer - call
Most of the UK's long-term cancer patients are inactive - even though keeping fit can help stave off the disease, campaigners warn today. More

28/08/2014 - How tomato protects men - new evidence
Men who consume large amounts of tomato and tomato products seem to enjoy a massively reduced risk of developing prostate cancer, researchers revealed yesterday. More

14/08/2014 - Weight link to cancer
More than 12,000 cases of cancer in the UK every year are the result of people being overweight or obese, according to an analysis published today. More

25/07/2014 - Diabetes link to shift-working
Men who work on shifts face a massively increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warn today. More

24/06/2014 - Soy food may boost men
Men with a common form of diabetes can be put on a high soy diet without it affecting their masculinity, British researchers have found. More

20/06/2014 - When football boosts health
Playing football may be better for the blood pressure than watching the World Cup in Brazil, researchers said last night. More

10/06/2014 - Fertility risk from phones
Men who keep mobile phones in their trousers may be putting their fertility at risk, researchers warn today. More

03/06/2014 - How men and women feel pain
Men suffer more pain than women after major surgery - but discomfort levels are the other way round after minor procedures, researchers say. More

29/04/2014 - Y-chromosome loss faces men
Male health may be affected by loss of the Y-chromosome, researchers revealed last night. More

23/04/2014 - Pregnancy clue to male hormones
Male health could be determined by the extent of a baby's exposure to testosterone in the womb, Scottish researchers have reported. More

15/04/2014 - Surgery may help advanced prostate cancer
Men with advanced and spreading prostate cancer may benefit from surgery, a conference was told yesterday. More

14/04/2014 - Men may quit cancer monitoring programme
Programmes aimed at monitoring men with slow growing prostate cancer may suffer from patient reluctance to co-operate, Swiss researchers have warned. More

11/04/2014 - Prostate cancer grading lacks accuracy
Tests to identify the severity of prostate cancer have proved wildly inaccurate, researchers warn today. More

09/04/2014 - Perceptions harm anorexic men
Men and boys with eating disorders may be deterred from seeking help because their problem is seen as a female issue, researchers warned today. More

12/03/2014 - Meat and fish plan for brain health
The brains of elderly men may benefit from diets rich in meat or fish, researchers say today. More

10/03/2014 - New plan to cut prostate screening harm
Britain could successfully screen for prostate cancer by using new risk-based systems, an expert has said. More

14/02/2014 - How cancer hits men globally
Men are much more badly affected by cancer globally than women, according to figures published today. More

14/02/2014 - Warning as body-builders take cancer drug
Body-builders may be unwittingly taking the anti-cancer drug tamoxifen in a popular supplement used by participants in their sport, it was revealed today. More

13/02/2014 - Brain sex differences clue to disease
Men and women really do have different brains - although the reasons for this and the effects remain uncertain, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/01/2014 - Early fitness cuts heart risk
Men who were fit and healthy as teenagers tend to have a lower risk of heart attack later in life, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

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